Handsome "Aurora" pattern transferware platter in clobbered rich brown. Size is 15" x 11.5" and condition is excellent with no chips, cracks or staining. Fabulous backstamp of Philadelphia retailer Tyndale & Mitchell, Chestnut Street.
Rare and gorgeous drab ware/drabware candlesticks with classical decorations. These are likely by Ridgway. Height is 10", width at base 4". Condition is excellent with just three small chips to the underside of the stoneware base (see image). Wonderful examples of drab ware candlesticks- the only pair I have ever seen.
Ralph Stevenson and Williams, an American importer, had a brief partnership that ended around 1843. This rich cobalt dark blue Chinoiserie decorated platter shows the mark from that partnership. Length is 16", width is 13 1/2". Condition is very good with some staining to gadroon rim as shown and light use marks. A nice platter with historic connections.
Early, simple Salopian type pearlware jug with wonderful pastoral transfer in unusual blue-grey color. Perhaps this was a scene the decorator saw out the window as he worked.
Height is 6", width is 5 1/2". Condition is excellent with glazed over lip chip done in the making (see image).No cracks but some use discoloration to foot. Note the blue outline to the top edge of this jug.
Ridgway 'Pomerania' romantic transferware luncheon/salad plates, set of 10.
Condition is excellent on 7 of these, the other three have chips to the foot, a fine stress crack, light staining to the back and a 1.5" super tight hairline. I have shown these in the images. These show beautifully and will fill a cupboard. There are some light use marks commensurate with age.
Photos show 8 plates but there are 10 plates in all.
These are part of a large group of the Pomerania pattern that I am offering.
Pomerania platter depicts a scenic port view of this Baltic capital. Gorgeous 19 1/2" romantic transferware staffordshire platter. Width is 16", condition is excellent with a sprinkling of light use marks, no chips or cracks or staining. The pattern is very crisp and well fitted to the undulant border.
Please see all the other "Pomerania" I am offering. You can fill your cupboard!
9 Pretty pink Romantic Transferware 10.25" rim soups by John Ridgway in "Pomerania" pattern.
These are in excellent condition with no chips to edges and no use marks. There are a few chips to the footrim of 3 of these.I have added 9th bowl to this group with a restored chip. Appearance is perfect.
I am offering a platter, 12 dinner plates and 10 luncheon plates in this pattern.
I offer a set of 12 lovely John Ridgway "Pomerania" romantic transferware plates ca. 1835.
These are 10.5" in diameter and in truly wonderful condition. There are very few light use marks, glaze is bright and shining. The only problems are some footrim chips on 2 of these and a scrape to the glaze of one edge.
Pretty plates and lots of them. I am also listing a platter, 8 soups and 8 luncheons in this pattern.
A fine Japonesque imari palette sauce tureen from Spode, Davenport or another fine maker. Pomegranate finial with heavy gilding and cobalt blue top this lovely sauce. Width is ", height is ". Condition is excellent with the only concerns the chipping of the overglaze enamel to the rim of the base and to the spoon notch.(see image) A fine example.
A fine example of Mason's ironstone porcelain. Unusual blank that has been hand decorated with overglaze enamels and gilding in the Muscovy Duck pattern. Diameter is 9 1/2", condition is excellent with one overglazed flake that occured in the making and does not detract. Best quality ironstone from the firm that invented it.